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    Quote Originally Posted by aflica View Post
    Cant wait to see this all come together Jan

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    Well this one is going to Belleville , I've got a name for it too , they have a very modern building now , but I'm just hoping they had something old and wood in 1960, I wrote them an email to ask if their logo had changed and if they had photo's of their old building, haven't answered yet though.

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    Assembling the staircase to the main building.


    Now for the roofs of the dormers.

    Transfer tape and corrugated roof.


    Glue with black paint mixed to make tar. And I assembled the dock's roof with the wire included in the kit.


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    The dock consists of laser cut frame and floor.




    Attaching the floor to the frame , using a steel ruler to keep things flat.


    Added some little people.


    Some more details , the building will be Polansky Seed in Belleville Kansas so lots of sacks of seed .


    I used AK Rust Streaks to give the rust streaks to the wall and the roof coming from the steel rods. It's an enamel paint that I brushed just a tiny streak down and then touched it with a small brush with white spirit which made it more of a wash.









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    This is where it will be placed on the layout.










    Laid the extra spur , and the caulk is now drying , the curved turnout was easy to fit in and performed perfect with a Cobalt switch motor.





    THe photo's on the layout were made with the last bit of sunlight coming into the room , no layout lighting. What I can clearly see is that the engine house needs an interior of some kind.
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    @Janbouli

    That's fantastic Jan! Thank you for sharing the build...
    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

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    I think it is looking great!

    I note your comment about the lighting in the pix being sunlight. With buildings that close to the backdrop you may want to consider lighting the layout from very close to that backdrop. Otherwise you will have shadows like in these photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by el Gato Gordo View Post
    I think it is looking great!

    I note your comment about the lighting in the pix being sunlight. With buildings that close to the backdrop you may want to consider lighting the layout from very close to that backdrop. Otherwise you will have shadows like in these photos.
    Thank you Gordon.
    There is lighting there Gordon , I just didn't have it turned on for the photo's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
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    That's fantastic Jan! Thank you for sharing the build...
    Thank you Moose and I am always happy to share these builds , it's a part of what I build them for , right after that they are for my layout.
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    I thought that might be the case, Jan. I really like the way that area is coming along.
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    As always Jan another great build. Always enjoy seeing what you do.

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    Thanks for sharing Jan
    As usual , very well done and documented

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    Spectacular craftsmanship and incredible attention to detail!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnE View Post
    Spectacular craftsmanship and incredible attention to detail!
    Thank you very much John , I am one of the few N-scalers on modelersforum that try to come along with the larger scale builders there, you can learn so much about craftsmen kit building there.
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